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in baltimore and his choice to do so has change the way we think about weekends in the fall. >> he was called -- he expected he would call cleveland home. financial struggles and uncooperative politicians brought him to baltimore. he was returned to the nfl. it prevented him from returning. >> he never looked back after making the move but he also never tried to hide how torn he felt making the decision that would shape his legacy. >> no matter how promising, i love the city of baltimore and the people here. there similar in make up here to baltimore as it is in cleveland. it hurt terribly to see the last game. >> only five seasons after clinging to the nfl back to baltimore and baltimore back to the nfl, he dedicated the trophy to the citizens of baltimore. >> think you very much. -- thank you very much. to the people in baltimore city, the people in baltimore county, and to the state of maryland, this belongs to you. >> his love of the game never wavered. from an early age, he recognized football and his life would become a marriage of passion and destiny. >> what brought me to begin with w
and legacy. >>> a massive sports weekend ahead. a look at the purple and orange fever in baltimore and other news saturday morning starts right now. >> welcome to 11 knew saturday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> i'm in for jennifer franciotti. our top stories in just a moment. first a look outside with mr. john collins. good morning. >> we're almost into autumn here but the summertime weather continues. humid, cloudy. not sure if you noticed it coming in, little mist on the windshield. a thin overcast. and there are some thunderstorms west of us. there's a cold front on the way and it will bring us dramatic change in our weather by the end of the weekend. ahead on the front, summer-like. after the front, it will feel -- welsh not quite autumn-like, but very, very nice. you can see a squall line approaching pittsburgh now. still not close to western maryland. this is the weather associated with the front that's coming in. the front itself is back in ohio. even back in indiana. once it comes through, we'll see a dramatic turn around in the humidity levels and the temperatures. but we could be i
at moravia derive. monument street at calvert street, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side and on the west side. here's a quick, live look at traffic. rain will impact your ride in many spots. 50 at maryland 8. no significant delays. 295 and 175, building in volume. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> nfl fans have been waiting to hear. >> starting tonight, the game will be officiated by professional crews. there has been an agreement, ending the lockout. complaints about replacement officials came to a head on monday night. the new agreement increases salaries to about $149,000 still needs to be approved by nfl owners. >> a double shooting cents a mother and her son to the hospital. >> police believed the shootings are the result of a domestic dispute. the 4-year-old boy was shot in the hip. his mother was shot in the body just beneath the arm pit. this happened just before 9:30 last night near the 900 block of gorsuch avenue. police say the shooting happened inside the mother's home. she had physical injuries in addition to
live at police headquarters in towson. >> baltimore county executive kevin kamenetz issuing an order to police to beef up school resource officers at schools all over the county. he will also be issuing those officers metal detecting wands to be used only in suspicious situations. in the meantime, police are trying to figure out how the 13- year-old male suspect got the gun. they are praising his teacher for her bravery. another scare involving a loaded gun at a baltimore county school. this time it was stemmers run middle school. police said tuesday morning in eighth grade, 13-year-old boy entered the school armed with a hunting knife and a 25 semiautomatic pistol, very similar to this one, as shown by police. >> this weapon is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, as large as the self on you have in your pocket right now. >> police say he entered -- at about 9:50 a.m., the student pulled out the gun in the classroom. at the end of the class, he produced the weapon, he first pointed it at his teacher and his classmates, then took the weapon and pointed it at himself
. >> an early morning fire in baltimore city has left one person dead and sent two firefighters to the hospital. this is a picture sent to the 11 newsroom. crews called to the 2500 block of woodland avenue shortly before 5:00 a.m. this morning and they found heavy fire and smoke from the rear of the building which spread to the front of the home. inside the house, crews discovered the body of a man. three people escaped without injuries. one firefighter suffered first-degree burns and another is believed to have suffered non-life-threatening electric shock from downed power line. >> in southwest baltimore, a shooting has left one man in critical condition this morning. the 500 blockto of coventry road around 12:15 saturday afternoon. where we are told the officers found the victim with several gunshot wounds. that suspect remains on the loose. in north baltimore, police are looking into a suspicious death. investigators say the body of a man was found inside a car in the 4000 block of buena vista avenue around 7:15 yesterday morning. he'd been shot, according to police. authorities are awaiting
in baltimore county. reporting live at morgan state university, wbal-tv 11 news. >> late breaking details on the road to november elections. mitt romney has revealed more of his tax returns. he earned more than $13 million last year. our coverage of commitment 2012 continues with nicole live in washington. >> campaign officials say that romney got an extension and just filed with the irs today. >> mitt romney pose a tax returns back in the headlines, his campaign releasing them for 2011, showing the nominee earned moret than $13 million. of that, he paid about $2 million in taxes, for a rate of about 14%. he has stepped up his attacks on president obama. >> he said he cannot change washington from the inside. he can only change it from the outside. we will give him that chance in november. he will go outside. >> you cannot change washington just from the inside. you change it from the outside. >> but in virginia, mr. obama offered his own comeback. he sat up and a rally and proudly declared i will get the job done from the inside. what kind of inside job is he talking about? >> a voucher
this morning is first lady michelle obama's visit to baltimore. she spoke to a sold out crowd at a fund-raising event at morgan state university. tv cameras weren't allowed inside that venue but those who paid to get in said the first lady got a rock star reception. >> it was beyond anything i have ever heard. i never heard anyone walk on a stage and get such an eruption of powerful love. >> some of the 2,000 supporters who packed the murphy fine arts center describe a loud and long explosion of cheers as first lady michelle obama took the stage. >> it did really erupt. she hardly could get started talking and people just wouldn't even let her stop. >> only print journalists were allowed inside, no tv cameras allowed, but supporters shared some pictures as they explained the consistent themes of the first lady's speech. most say she focussed a lot of education and health care. >> talking about students receiving aid and grants. i'm a graduating senior. i go to school on federal aid. if it wasn't for the bills that barack obama has passed, i would be unable to attend. so that was a highl
the story coming up. >> a baltimore city police officer will be laid to rest today. >> the iron man gets his own man of iron. new statue honoring cal ripken jr.. >> what be a more -- a nice weekend? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. happy friday. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. we will do something different. we have memorized this hour. >> maybe you have memorized it. >> i do it every day. we're expecting a nice day. it is warm. 69 degrees. mostly clear skies. we will see a lot of sunshine. we could see an isolated shower or thunderstorm. the changes on the way this weekend. a powerful cold front is heading this way. our first taste of fall-like weather. >> good morning. a nice start this friday morning. closures along monument over towards the patterson park because of sinkhole repair. 60 traveling southbound from the white marsh area. 60 ove
it suddenly pulled over on the shoulder of northbound i-95 near the russell street exit in downtown baltimore. authorities tell 11 news at some point armetta got out of the vehicle and somehow ended up falling off this ramp, about a 47-foot fall to his death, into this wooded area. >> i can't believe it. >> joy scott of bel air lived next door to the family for almost two years before the family moved out a few weeks ago. scott's four children adore the officer, who they call mr. charles. >> a great police officer from what i could tell. great, great neighbor. i mean, there's other people in this neighborhood that are very upset by this. >> armetta is the second police officer to die this week. thursday, charles mccato died in a car accident on his way home from work. armetta was a husband and the father of a young girl who, according to the department, turned 1 monday. wbal, tv 11 news. >> the cause of officer armetta's death is still under investigation. we're told funeral arrangements are being made. >>> city police are investigating an early morning shooting in northwest baltimore. office
, the original owner of the baltimore ravens who passed away thursday. >> this week the morning will hold a silent public tribute. that's where our 11 news reporter joins us live with more. good morning. >> good morning, rob. welsh starting at 11:00 this morning, fans will have an opportunity to say good-bye to the man who brought football back to baltimore. some fans have already started to show up here at m&t bank stadium. we're joined by john. john came out from aberdeen. john, why did you decide to come out and pay your respects this morning? >> well, mr. modell did a lot for this city. and without it, sheldon, okay, we wouldn't have -- without him, we wouldn't have pro football in the town of baltimore. he was just magnificent man. as far as maryland is considered or anywhere el. he should be in the pro football hall of fame. you can look at what the modelles did here with the m&t stadium and the facility that's around it. it's absolutely just wonderful. >> that's why you wanted to come out? >> exactly. i wanted to pay my respects there to mr. modell and his family. god bless them. i
brought football back to baltimore. 11 news sunday morning starts right now. >> welcome to the sunday news. our top stories in a moment. first what a day it was yesterday, weather wise. >> we had some very strong storms through the area. even a few reports of severe weather, whether it be in montgomery, washington county, frederick county, also possible funnel reported by an officer near sandy point. so possibly there was a funnel near the area. nonetheless, we did have some strong storms that brought down some trees. as we look at hd doppler, we can see that front finally moving off shore. rain showers still left along the lower eastern shore including rain right now in ocean city, but it has cleared out as you look across southern maryland, baltimore, even in the western start of the state. this is all changing now as we get throughout the day. that front is heading off shore. we are looking for beautiful conditions. currently around 60 degrees. we're moving for high temperatures up near 80. you're gonna wake up to clouds and a few showers across the lower eastern shore. and cooling skie
to the 2900 block of woodland avenue in northwest baltimore. >> they arrived on the scene to find heavy fire and smoke conditions coming from the rear of that structure. we did learn that three of the occupants in the home escaped without any injury. unfortunately, one adult man did not. apparently, he perished in that fire. preliminarily, we believe it to be due to smoke inhalation and burns. >> the man's body was found on the first floor of the home. his family is still trying to deal with the shock of losing him. they say he was a huge sports fan, looking forward to sunday's game. >> it is just a hurting thing right now. yeah. we were supposed to met him over at the ravens game. we take turns at each other's house, having the ravens game. he won't be there. >> two firefighters suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the fire. one had a burn to his ear. the other was shocked by a downed power line. they were both taken to the hospital but are expected to be ok. firefighters will try to determine whether there were working smoke alarms in the home at the time of the fire. kim dacey, wbal-
through the greater baltimore area last night. they're just moving out into the atlantic ocean. couple showers around ocean city. should be a great day. current conditions out at the airport, it is 54 degrees. dewpoint relatively low at 45, humidly 72%. winds out of the west/northwest at five miles per hour. barometer holding steady at 30.30. and down at the inner harbor, they're looking at about 60 degrees under clear skies. we're clear for the next several days and cool. tell you all about it in the weather plus forecast coming up. >>> our big story this morning is a follow-up to the perry hall high school shooting that happened on the first day of school. daniel bowery is now out of the hospital and yesterday at a fund-raiser for his family to pay for his medical bill, daniel showed up and showed signs of recovery. we have more. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving the hospital. the 17-year-old, who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month was cleared by doctors to attend a fund-raiser for his family on the bay sa
of the day. in northwest baltimore on park heights at drew it's park drive. traveling on west side, expect heavy days. traffic is really picked up here at liberty road. outer loop just crawling right now and it's going to take you 11 minutes to travel from 795 down toward interstate 70. the inner loop going to be pretty sluggish heading up towards 83. and looking live at 95 at 395, no delays heading through the fort mchenry tunnel. harbor tunnel going to be nice and clear and using the jfx, no problems and the harrisburg expressway in great condition from the maryland pennsylvania state line down to the beltway. that takes you 22 minutes altogether. megan over to you. >>> 6:32. you are looking live from new york city as the sun starts torise. 11 years ago today our lives were changed forever and today we are going to take a moment to honor those who lost their lives on september 11th. linda so is live downtown this morning and you are going a tell us about the special memorial a lot of people don't know about this because what makes it eu meek is you see it once a year. >> reporter: we are
big story this morning, despite a loss last night, still no ground lost for the baltimore orioles. >> the birds dropped their first game on the west coast to the other hot team in the american league, the oakland a's. >> and the a.l. wild card leading athletics beat the o's 3-2 last night to prevent them into sole possession of first place in the a.l. east. johnny goals hit a go-ahead r.b.i. single in the fifth to back a's rookie tommy milone in an opener of the key series. the yankees lost 6-4 at home to tampa bay. >> and oakland is part of the o's grueling nine-game road trip that may have some fans in baltimore going through withdrawal. the o's winning ways drawing bigger crowds to camden yards, great for fans and businesses alike. >> orioles' fever, magic, whatever you want to call it, has taken a grip on the baltimore area and is not letting go. >> it's fabulous. it's exciting to see and there's a lot of momentum and we hope it continues. >> goodbye, home run, it's a fair ball! orioles 3, rays 2, in 14. >> after a sweep of the tampa bay rays, the orioles are now headed out we
, wbal-tv 11 news. >> and we're learning more tonight about the baltimore county man suspected of murdering his grandparents in the pipe mill home where they lived. it came out that he was found by authorities in oklahoma last week where he was being treated in the hospital. detectives in oklahoma are alleging that long was found unresponsive in at a motel room on tuesday morning, have been taken prescription pills. he shared a home with his grandparents and is now considered a suspect in their killing. >> the fbi has launched an investigation into several vandalism cases that appear to be targeting mosques in virginia. worshipers in harrisburg arrived at their weekly prayer service to find graffiti on the building, apparently including references to iraqis and "this is america." there is no indication whether this is in response to angry anti-u.s. protests in the muslim world. meanwhile, those protests seem to be escalating, spreading to more than a dozen countries in the middle east, including afghanistan. this has forces suffer more losses as the result of inciting attacks.
. >> in southwest baltimore, a shooting has left one man in critical condition this morning. police were called to the 500 block of coventry road around 12:15 saturday afternoon where officers found the victim with several gunshot wounds. there's no word on a motive. in north baltimore, police are looking into a suspicious death. the body of a man was found inside the car in the 4000 block of buena vista avenue. we are told he'd be shot. >> baltimore county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered in pikesville. he is now named as a suspect in the case. investigators learned last week that 31-year-old matthew long was in oklahoma. long was living with his grandparents, vaughn and pepper, when they were killed, but he was missing when police discovered the couple's bodies on monday. according to police, long is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. >> we entered mr. long into the international missing person's database. when he was located in oklahoma on september 11, they notified the baltimore county police depart
story tonight. some call him the father of the baltimore ravens. some credit him with transforming that football league in to the nation's preeminent sports. saying goodbye to ravens owner art modell. he died today at johns hopkins hospital at the age of 87. gerry sandusky joins us with more. >> some called art modell a giant. fans will call him the man who brought the nfl back to baltimore. art modell uprooted his family, bold steps for a man who considered football and family his highest calling. he leaves behind a legacy that does not yet include a place in the hall of fame. baltimore will include the sentiment he loved. his name stands in the team's ring of honor. his will bring added baltimore and the nfl, and his values have become his legacy in that town that treasures the same thingss. >> we lost pat less than a year ago. most people knew that their love for each other figure that as frail as art was, he would rather be with her than with us. art modell helped to pioneer the launch of monday night football and change the league again when he brickle -- relocated to baltimor
in baltimore on thursday night to pace cleveland. lowell melser, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the stabbing of an infant at a department of social services site at the hands of her own mother has prompted some changes that facilities across the state. lisa robinson joins us from the newsroom with more on the new security measures now in place. >> the eight-month-old was stabbed multiple times. >> some of the steps we have in place now would have prevented him from getting into the room in the first place and would have helped in getting healthcare quicker. >> this date is implementing changes to ensure that kind of violence that happen again. >> an addition to the security detail at the front of each of our doors, we have metal detectors, and every bag that comes in is checked. >> loggers have been installed for visitors to use to store their back. video service is available. >> it has been a shot in the arm for our department and increase darker reassurance. >> the secretary says the baby girl is doing ok. >> she is safe and has recovered from her physical injuries. she is in a safe and loving home. li
. temperature in downtown baltimore, 58. taking a look at your day planner today. that should be sunny. had a typo there. sunny. few clouds and sun. 70. just before kickoff. 8:20 tonight. we start our pregame coverage here around 6:30. mostly clear and cool. 59 degrees by kickoff. we'll take an extended look at your forecast in just a few minutes. >> our big story this morning is a follow-up to the story of a perry hall high school student allegedly shot inside the school a month ago. >> daniel bowery is out of the hospital. yesterday at a fund-raiser for his family to pay for his medical bill, daniel showed signs that he is on the road to recovery. >> a thumbs up from daniel bowery in his first outing since leaving his hospital. the 17-year-old who was the only student hit during a school shooting at perry hall high last month was preparing by doctors to attend a fund-raiser on the bay saturday. >> anybody else would whine, complain and why me. this, that, everything el. all daniel has done is great. i just want to be who i was, doing what i was doing. he's done everything he needed to do
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